Community Rally Against Hate/Bias Crime

In the last few months, the Fargo/Moorhead area has seen a series of hate crime and bias speech directed at New Americans. These incidents have occurred as these New Americans, mostly of Somalian descent, have gone about their daily lives. One woman shopping at the grocery store was followed and harassed and told to remove […]

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Join us at the Evening of Possibilities

Join us in Fargo on Tuesday, August 15 from 5 to 7 at the Hotel Donaldson – HoDo for our Evening of Possibilities. We’ll be hosting a conversation about recent hate crime activities in the area, and sharing updates about the upcoming 2017 Human Rights Summit and North Dakota Human Rights Film & Arts Festival. […]

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NDHRC Hate Incident Statement

In the early hours of Sunday, July 2, a man going about his normal routine, moving into a new apartment with the help of two friends, was name-called, viciously attacked and beaten to the extent that he required an ambulance ride to the emergency room. Two men were arrested for this attack. It is understood […]

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6th Annual Human Rights Summit

Join us for the 6th Annual Human Rights Summit. The theme for this year’s summit is Human Rights: The State of the State. Our Keynote Speaker will be Troy Seibel, Commissioner of the ND Department of Labor and Human Rights. Additional Speakers Include: Dereck Stonefish, Public Health Research Project Manager, NDSU Pearl Walker, Project Manager- […]

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Partners in Action Summit: November 12, 2016

NDHRC hosts its 7th annual Summit, “Partners in Action” and Arc of Justice Awards on Saturday, November 12, 2016 in Fargo at the Dakota Medical Foundation (4141 28th Ave S), 9 am – 4 pm. Registration begins at 8:30 am. We will hear from Keynote Speaker Dr. Kevin Brooks. Dr. Steve Bolduc, Jennifer Cook (ACLU), […]

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NDHRC Voters’ Guide Released

Extra, extra! NDHRC’s candidate survey is up and ready to tell you how your candidates feel about important issues! Don’t see your candidate in this guide? Contact them and encourage them to fill out the survey!    

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Statement on Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

The North Dakota Human Rights Coalition (NDHRC) stands in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and all persons exercising their constitutionally protected right to peacefully assemble and protest construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Thousands of individuals, ranging in age from infants to the elderly, Native and non-Native, are camped near this protest. The […]

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NDHRC Letter to the Editor: Hate-Mongering at Valley News Live

The Fargo Forum published NDHRC’s letter to the editor on May 18. The Board of Directors of the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition commends The Forum’s excellent follow-up story to Valley News Live’s incendiary and baseless report about tuberculosis in the refugee community. Readers can consult the original Forum story (May 18) for a line-by-line […]

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NDHR Urges a “No” vote on Measure 1

On May 11, 2016, the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition (NDHRC) voted to urge a “No” vote on Measure 1 on the June ballot. A “No” vote on Measure 1 would ensure that North Dakota does not open the gates to corporate farming operations. We believe that allowing corporations to own land and use it […]

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Question for the Candidates

November 2016 is right around the corner – while there is a lot of attention on the presidential race already, many lower-profile races have significant influence over North Dakotans’ quality of life. In particular, the state legislature makes a lot of decisions that influence NDHRC’s major issues and that particularly impact the state’s native, LGBT, […]

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